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r. stone first i was twitching. [laughter] the 49ers went first today at least 40,000 people. more of a show than anything there is alex smith and co. it is called organized mayhem. with a free lunch. colin kaepernick was cool as usual nothing seems to faze them. he is like the manlike a small, jim harbaugh. >> to me it is just about the staying focused on what we're trying to get beyond it is great for of all the cameras and the people but we are here to win a game. just because you are in a situation the you've got need to feel pressure. if a on the other side is alex
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staff. everybody wanted to talk to alex and we all know what is coming how was the feeling. and he has not slipped up yet. >> things happen in sports that is the deal for me it is getting ready for the next opportunity. we just try to get through it. that is something that i just live by. this is a blessing to be in the super bowl. >> randy moss not quite a great year but he is a great, great talent. he was about his standing in the game. >> i think that now that i am older i think that i have the greatest i do not live on
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the numbers and i live more on the impact and we were able to do on the field. he wears the same uniform as to jerry rice and if takes one to no one cared and i know that around 4:55 just signing my yearly review. >> and you are still the sports director. i was having a great year. and is j. r. stone ready? >> pam: another one of your for writs, grant of your -- favorites -- thanks gary -- you'll be back at six with more. but right now, let's get to grant lodes. he's tracking the social media explosion over some
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of grant? randy moss, ra ray lewis and he denied using banned substance to help him recover from a torn triceps. and he dismissed questions about this issue. they say that he has been tested and has not been tested positive for performance enhancing drugs and flacco making apologies about what he said about the cold weather stadium in new jersey. he says sighting kid is retarde ii t t it is retarded. he was apologizing say that it was a poor choice of words kerry eluded
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to this, this is the best receiver of all time. >> gary:coming of what we can compare those numbers and j. r. stone is one of those great hot spots for the super bowl. what is the super bowl? >> reporter: i am are ready and i have been ready and ready to finish up with the bottom line is that you talk about places in the new orleans. radio row from all over the united states and even all over the world the radio stations are here. today was a media day. you can see players were taking pictures laughing and having
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a great time and also the ravens but some of these reporters were dressing up in some sorts of costumes. some guy from europe and why? they tried to get the players to say something off the wall. a bit off the topic of football in some cases is to work because at one. coach harbaugh spoke about his guest appearance on the 15 years ago, " saved by the bell approached. >> they asked me to do it in 1995, 1996. and to deliver a positive message to the youth and for a vast, i have been scorned and humiliated. >> if you were playing against your brother? >> i do not have a brother, i have a sister and i would
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not let her when. >> i do not think that i would talk to her for that turk - for let turk -- her win.. and what is the key? >> if you have tattoos it is a little bit better. the biggest thing is that you have to do something special. >> reporter: great times all of rowntree you saw some of these customs and i spoke with a number of fans. we will hear from them and on a another note and a serious note security is all over the place. officers were everywhere. it took me a good while with metal detectors, they had a bomb sniffing dogs.
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amid high expectations their city could host a super bowl of it's own as early as 2016 or 2017, santa clara city officials confirm to kron 4 news that two current police officers and former chief steve lodge, now working as consultant to the city on security issues, are in new orleans where they are learning from their bowl security. >> from the get go, they knew that it was important to get on board with a strong and comprehensive safety plan for any type of stadium. >> reporter: in addition to scouting new orleans, the santa clara team has also been studying the new 'pat down policy' and recent security issues at candlestick park and traveling to other venues around the country but so far they're keeping a tight lid on their findings. >> the more you to evolve to
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about a security plan that the less secure in it is. i can assure you that they are looking at every possible security threats that could happen in a stadium situation. >> reporter: every conceivable issue, from fire protection to foot patrols around the sprawling new stadium complex here on tasman drive to traffic area, security on the light rail and other mass transit and security at nearby hotels and in parking structures like this one just across from the stadium. the city stresses it's security plan will apply not just to the superbowl, but to all events at the new stadium. in santa clara, rob fladeboe, kron 4. >> pam: right now -- construction on that new stadium in santa clara is on schedule. it's set to be ready for the 20-14 football season. stay with kron-4 as our super bowl coverage continues. plus. there's more on the web at kron-4 dot com. as well as our facebook and twitter feeds.
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again our breaking news this is our live picture with a search warrant has been served or 10 year-old kevin collins went missing in 1984. we have a reporter on the scene and will have updates throughout tonight to newscasts. >> catherine: the overall on immigration big changes, coming up. >> severe hazing at 1 high school why police are getting involved. >> of violence in oakland at a tipping point. police officers were shot, and children were shot what drastic measures people are calling for. .
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a developing story. a huge criminal settlement against b-p has been signed by a judge.and agreed to by the company. it's for the huge oil spill in the gulf of mexico almost
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three years ago. b-p has agreed to plead guilty to manslaughter for the deaths of 11 workers on the oil rig.and will pay a record 4-billion-dollars in criminal penalties. in a separate civil case - b-p still faces claims that it damaged natural resources. a federal judge in san francisco today refused to issue a preliminary injunction blocking a city ban on nudity that is set to take effect friday. four nudist activists claimed in a lawsuit filed in november that the ban violated their constitutional right to free speech because nudity is a form of expression. u.s. district judge edward chen rejected that argument in an 18-page decision, saying that "nudity is not inherently expressive." "unlike the burning of a flag, burning of a draft card, or wearing a black armband in protest against the war, public nudity in and of itself is not commonly associated with expression of a particular message," chen wrote. developing right now -- the man accused of killing seven people at oakland college. is now headed to a but first tonight -- fall out from severe hazing at one bay area high school. why police are now getting involved -- after the break. and -- violence in oakland reaching a tipping point. this month -- police officers shot -- children shot. the drastic measures some city officials are now calling for. police released these sketches of two susects in the shooting that injured four teenagers in brentwood last week. the driver-- is decribed as a white male between 18 and 25 years old with blonde hair. and the passenger-- is described as a hispanic man around the same age. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 new --where the shooting happened. three to four males driving opened fire on the teens. police say this all happened after the teens commented on their clothing. >> reporter: a catholic high school football coach has been fired and a number of his players have been expelled.and it's all because of hazing kron4's maureen kelly explains what happened.and why the police have been notified. i'm here at st patrick-st vincent high school in vallejo where the alledged hazing took place during
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football season this past fall. a spokesperson for the school says there were multiple incidents between members of the varsity and junior varsity players inside the locker room during unsupervised practices. the school got wind of it after the head coach overheard a student complain of the alleged abuse in mid december. he in turn reported what he heard to school officials who put the entire coaching staff on paid leave and suspended the alleged perpertrators of the abuse. after they concluded their investigation they decided to expell five players.for alledgedly abusing and bullying six underclassmen.and then contacted the vallejo police. the school would not go into detail about what actually happened during the hazing. the lieutant in charge of investigations for the department says they are waiting to hear from the kids involved before they launch an investigation.and so far no one has come forward so it's unclear if any criminal charges will come out of this. here at the school.four assistant coaches were reinstated after the school established that they had no knowledge about what was going on. the head coach was firedbut not because he was aware of the hazingbut because the school says he was ultimately responisble for the teamand they should have allowed to be left unsupervised. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> jacqueline: noticeably warmer tomorrow and this will continue for the extended forecast. even though morning lows. 40's but we will still be stuck in the 30's. for the
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majority of the inland valley locations fremont and sunnyvale. former conditions tomorrow with back in the 60s nearly everywhere. 62 degrees in san mateo and the '60s and san jose. they look at your extended forecast and it will stay dry and warm on friday with cloud coverage. cooler temperatures and the next chance will not be until mid next week. >> this extreme safety measure in oakland to measure and implement a state of emergency in the wake of recent violence. >> i have to stand up and do what my voters vastly to have to declare a state of emergency. larry can clearly say that it could
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perhaps have a negative impact on oakland 55 watch the news every day i am losing my kids, i am losing my cops! and today, oakland police have announced their wrests the four suspects in connection to last week's shooting of an undercover police officer. there is one suspect in custody and also they shot a uniform officer and a couple of days later. even from yesterday, that tragedy of a eight year-old shot no suspect is in custody during that in relation to that city. and also, our breaking news of kaelkevin collins from 1984, he was only 10 years old. a search warrant has been issued for this home will keep you updated.
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>> people are talking about
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on a more facebook fan page to randy moss saying that he was the best receiver of all time. jerry rice was also for the good and he responded saying that jerry was surprised that randy said that. and by the numbers it is not even close. take a look of the yards, nearly 23,000 for jerry rice. and this is what these people are saying on our facebook fan page comments. are we talking
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about the plays where he actually gives 100% effort, or the other 75% of plays that he 'takes off'? this guy had all the talent, too bad his work ethics stinks. alberto: not the greatest. that goes to jerry rice but he is one of the best receivers that carlos: it's superbowl week.randy can think whatever he wants as long as he's happy and ready going into sunday. yes, randy. you're the greatest. now back it up on our facebook fan page. well, well, well.
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>> we are awaiting information from a police officer the apartment when this young child, disappeared in 1984. details coming up after the break.
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when you bundle tv and internet. (male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> our breaking news with a law enforcement service search warrant in san
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francisco. just to one block away from a 10 year old, kevin collins went missing. justin waldman? >> reporter: what i can see is that the police officers are still at 1108 masonic where the lights are on.. they seem to be talking to somebody and through this metal gate at the bottom. earlier, the search warrant was served with big chunks of cement were removed. this truck moved out of the scene. with the search officers are on the scene and to divert august. let me bring and reggie kumar because also cadaver dogs
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were brought in. >> yes i spoke with one of the neighbors. he says that he has known as kavanaugh because they attended the same church, st. agnes. their names were ken and kelly one owned a motorcycle business the other work of a chinese restaurant. kevin was afraid of dogs and that is why kevin never went over to their dogs. and his friend, actually looked for the body. he was very concerned. >> it sounds like the people that were living in that house no longer live there somebody else lives there? >> correct. they moved out 10 years ago. >> people are surprised that this is happening. they had
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no idea that this case happened so close one woman did that we spoke with you about this and it was not surprising that it is havin >> and that the remains to be right next door he is pretty scared about that. >> that is reggie kumar where both gathering new information about this breaking news story. we will have an update at 6:00 p.m. >> this is a description at the time of his disappearance in 1984. he was 10 years old, 4 ft. 6 in., 72 lbs., and grace/train chines with brow and gray-green-collar white coll how his eyes were grey
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/green. with brown hair. he was one of the first children to up here on a milk cartonpresident obama urging congress to take action on immigration reform. what he wants done. president obama says "now is immigration. this was his arrival in las challenged congress to act quickly on a plan to rewrite the nation's immigration laws. catherine heenan is here with the story. >> catherine: it's no coincidence that the latino vote is the fastest growing in the u.s. both democrats and republicans finally seem ready to tackle the immigration issue together. the president says congress is showing a 'genuine desire to get this thing done soon'. >> the president is seizing on a groundswell of support for rewriting immigration law. speaking at a las vegas high school.he says he wants to put 11-million illegal immigrants living here in the u.s. on a clear
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path to citizenship. saying - they have to earn it. been of this will involve a background check,".paying taxes.learning english.getting to the back of the line.etc" because other people that want to come here legally are in front of the line. >> catherine: a bipartisan group of senators proposed their own overhaul monday. both plans have a lot in common.including tightening border security. and cracking down on employers who hire undocumented workers. the president will first wait to see if congress can pull something together. if not - he warns that he'll send up his own bill. in asking for public support tuesday.the president told people to remember their own history. >> ".unless you're a native you." (cheers & applause) you also came here from somewhere else. >> catherine: didn't say it in his speech today - the white house is also proposing that the u.s. treat same sex couples the same as other families. meaning people would be able to use their relationship as
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a basis to get a visa. our political analyst michael yaki joins us. the president is sounding very optimistic and up thof the beat he does not have quite the support yet in the house. even though he does sound upbeat. they are worried about it challenges to the right to that could be anti-immigration the rhetoric could be very evil. >> the group of bipartisan legislators and there are some gaps. what do you suggest could happen? >> the senate have and has this board of commission obama is responding that is saying he has deported more people than anybody in history. he does not want to give up his power or veto
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power, to the red states. the provision that nobody is talking about is the euphemisms his talked about burned citizenship. when you talk about people talking about-burning citizenship -- >> and earning citizenship current citizenship. >> of many people do not have a lot of money so what does he mean? and on the other hand, when you say going back to the back of the line. what he's really code word for is yes, there will be a back of the line but in the new white that this works is that if you have status that is a technical term. that means that you cannot be deported. that is where a lot of the fight will be. >> catherine: the white house is talking about making sure that same-sex couples are protected? will
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that be a sticking point? >> that could be a sticking point. >> and that perhaps they could get a visa? >> to the extent that they could to get a don't ask, don't tell that could be a another fight in the senate. this is going to be very interesting. the leverage, believe it or not is going to be the democrats. and if they win, the wind, and if they lose? and for the house democrats, they know that the bill will probably not pass without their input. if they win, they went-- >> and this could all relate take a while. if they win, they w after /+ vern glenn go to our facebook fan section, www.kron4.com 6 and new developments tonight tonew developments tonight in a deadly fire that swept through a nightclub in brazil. a flare set off inside the
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packed club is what sparked the fire. a band playing inside the club set off the flare. that caught the ceiling on fire. police now say 234 people were killed. hundreds more were injured. the club had no alarm. no sprinklers. and no emergency exits. a soldier who lost all four limbs in a roadside bombing >> jacqueline: a tense right where they were expected to be for this time of day with 50s and 60s sunny skies. 56 degrees in san francisco, 58 concord . here is a live look outside at the bay bridge toll plaza this evening. mostly clear skies just a few pots and will continue to see this trend as we go for the next several days. right now, mild. in a number of places waited to see how warm it is going to get this week with your extended forecast, coming up. >> this year, it is the second superable there is a
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ton of great games, social media interaction that you can do during the game. coming up in my tax report, how you can interact. fell
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the junior worry rally rally and the s&p 500 was up nearly 6%. up nearly six percent. on wall street. the dow shot up 72-points to close just shy of 14- thousand. of a point. and the s-and-p-500 picked up 7 to close above 15- hundred. gabe slate tech report hands
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of the latest word digital downloads related to the super bowl. even trivia tok football is for an voice chat while you are watching the screen and of course there are going to be online bombardment...
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>> as recall for tomorrow there will be weather that will be in the '60s as we go for tomorrow. we will even sees some upper 60s by thursday. as we take a look at the satellite and radar some high clouds. this high- pressure offshore. we are going to starwind. through the inland valley and along the coast with warmer conditions tomorrow. the morning low temperatures will be a bit cooler. 42 degrees in oakland's. still, in the 30's for the inland valleys. portions of the south bay. with plenty of
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60s. low 60s. 62 degrees in san jose. 63 in concord, livermore, and the low 60s for the east bay shores. also, clinging to 60s through the coast. dry and mild for the sierras. and it will be pre see. and as for the breezy conditions dry and mild for the sierras. and for the weekend, a bit more cloud coverage the next chance of rainfall will not be until tuesday, wednesday now, let us talk about your
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www.snowbomb.com some flurries. >> pam: this is a live picture with reporters on the scene from kevin connor potential that the potential lead in that case from 1984.
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service member to receive a double arm transplant. that story -- coming up at 5-30. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show
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and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. >> catherine: and a soldier who lost all four lemons forward to driving and swimming with his new arms. brendan muh-racko talked to reporters today - after becoming the first service member to have a double-arm transplant. lost all four limbs to a roadside bomb in iraq. last month doctors at johns hopkins hospital performed a double arm transplant. and as you can see it was a success. brendan says he can't wait do get back to doing regular
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things like driving a car. .all, not yet. brendan was surrounded by his surgeons at johns hospital in baltimore. he's one of only 7 people to have successfully undergone the surgery. women have been taking
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>> this developing story, they are searching the home just one block from a 10 year-old kevin collins went missing in the 1984. we of live tv coverage. and, it has been five days since the super bowl. the 49 years, and the ravens are in the big easy. we are live
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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> at six -- we continue with our developing story.
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today. police issued a search warrant in san francisco. near the location where kevin collins was last seen in 1984. collins was just 10-years- old at the time. his disappearance drew national attention. kron 4's justine waldman is live in san francisco with the latest. justine? >> reporter: people are saying that this is a property management business. according to reggie kumar the people that are living there now to not have any relation with the disappearance of kevin collins from 1984. what if they have done is issued the search warrant. the basement home and use it jackhammers to take out a large extractions of cement. there were things that were found that were taken to a laboratory for further investigation. portions of that cements were also taken into trucks. we are waiting for police, fbi to
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release more information on exactly why they aren' iss a search warrant why they -- are issuing a search warrant. reggie kumar is also been speaking to neighbors. >> reporter: michael has lived here since 1967. he knew kevin collins. he said they went to the same church together, st. agnes. kevin was a great good. and also he says that he knew with the two guys that lived next to door. with possible clues into the kevin collins missing child case. >> reporter: another interesting thing that we found out from a neighbor is that police have blocked off this street. indicating that they do not want people to park here. so they can have
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room for their large equipment. >> that is absolutely, correct. i spoke with a neighbor in front of this command vehicle. they put up these signs about one a week ago. they knew that there were going to do this. >> we are still waiting to hear officially what the search warrant is for but all indications is that it is having something to do with kevin collins. who was missing from 1984. we will keep you updated. reporting live, justin waldman, with reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> pam: here's a description of kevin collins at the time of his disappearance back in 19-84. he was 10 years old when he went missing. four- feet - six inches tall. 72 pounds. with brown hair and gray- green eyes. kevin collins was one of the first children to appear on a milk carton in the missing children campaign. team coverage continues now. lets go to kron 4's charles clifford. for some perspective on where kevin was last seen. and the search happening
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now. >> reporter: kevin collins disappeared on the evening of february 10th, 1984. he lived with his family in the western edition and attended st. ignatius. in the haight district. let me show you this is st. agnes -- he was last seen in leaving at 6:00 p.m. and was spotted waiting for a boss on the corner of oak street/masonic. today, the san francisco police to park ridge is conducting a search near the police- department is conducting a search near these to homes. in the newsroom, charles clifford, kron 4. >> pam: stay with kron-4 as we continue to track the cold case of missing child -- kevin collins. more information can be found on the web at kron-4 dot com. as well as our facebook and twitter feeds.
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>> super bowl 47 is just five days away. and things are heating up in the big easy. as both teams gear up for sunday's game. today -- the players and coaches gave pre-game interviews. media from around the world made their way to the superdome today including kron 4's j.r. stone. j.r. what is the mood like down there tonight. >> reporter: earlier this afternoon this place was rocking it has quieted down. nevertheless, it was all the not only what the players had to say but what the reporters were wearing in hopes of what the players. >> what do i have going on? i have everything going on there. >> some nickelodeon action? >> yes. >> and how is this being taken? >> what is not to take.
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many other people are running around with and stretch pants i feel right at home, not at all self conscience. >> we are all from europe. and i think media day is a perfect day. i have been waiting 18 years for this day i and the happiest man to get these autographs. the san francisco fans know that he is greatest and we love you, randy moss. >> certainly, some interesting characters at the superdome. you can see on ty were taking pictures and wearing those costumes and on occasion, about how jim
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harbaugh started talking about his cameo appearance on " saved by the bell. however it is likely to be back to business for many of these teams. we will speak with players, coaches,, with much more coming tomorrow. at this point, i have not come across many that have come from the state of california. reporting live, j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> pam: the city of santa clara has confirmed. that it has sent police officers to new orleans to learn about that city's security plans for the super bowl. santa clara is working on a such a plan of its own, amid expectations the city could host a super bowl in a few years once the 49ers new stadium is completed. city officials are not ready to divulge details of the plan except to say, it will extend beyond the stadium, as part of a regional effort to maintain safety.
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>> we have looked at candlestick. with those situations that we have been visiting. we would have to make sure that the security is strong. existing practices every avenue in concept and a security threat that could happen in this situation. the santa clara would be shared by all that stand to benefit from the super bowl. stay with kron 4 as we continue with our sports director is coming up later. and kron 4 will be on the date says, the security detail would
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be a regional effort and the cost would be shared by all who stand to benefit from the bay area hosting a super bowl. stay with kron-4 as our super bowl coverage continues. on game day kron4 will be on from 7 to 9 -- sunday night right after the game. plus. there's more on the web at kron-4.com. as well as our facebook and twitter feeds. >> pam: five high school football players in vallejo have been expelled, for allegedly hazing and bullying six underclassmen. a spokesperson for st patrick- st. vincent high school says, there were multiple incidents that happened inside the locker room during football season last fall. the head coach has also been fired because the abuse happened during unsupervised practices. the school would not give details about what went on during the hazing, but say, it was serious enough for them to alert the vallejo police department. >> we have a range for counseling if we need
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>> pam: vallejo police say, they will not launch an investigation until the kids involved come forward. no one has so far, so it's unclear if any of the expelled students will face any criminal charges. >> also in vallejo - residents in one neighborhood are so sick of a spike in crime. that they're taking matters into their own hands. grant lodes is here to show us the area we're talking about. grant? >> reporter: oaks neighborhood. just west of interstate 80 and just north of highway 37. it's not a large area. from nicole way, to gateway drive. down souza way, and along borges lane. there are 297 homes in this carraige oaks neighborhood, and as kron four's dan kerman reports.residents here are putting in long hours.hoping they can turn things around and make the neighborhood safer. >> reporter: tina encarnacion isn't just on a walk with her kids. she's patrolling her neighborhood since september, vallejo's
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carriage oaks neighborhood has seen a sharp increase burglaries with limited police resources, encarnacion recruited neighbors to start a neighborhood watch the emphasis of this neighborhood watch, is watching. in fact. several of the members like this woman actually patrol the neighborhood a homemade map in encarnacion's dining room, helps track each and every burglary pink dots for home burglaries, green dots for auto burglaries, yellow dots for attempted burglaries >> i refuse to be a prisoner in my own home. we're not scored to put up with it anymore. and it appears to be making a difference 3 groups of burglars have been arrested so far police are now patrolling more often and residents show no signs of letting up
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>> and we have also installed surveillance cameras so we are catching these cars and are able to identify these cars. it appears to be making a difference. these groups have been arrested and they are patrolling more often. the residents show no signs of letting up. >> these new ones will be >> reporter: in vallejo dan kerman kron 4 >> pam: coming up. president obama asking congress to take action on immigration reform. what he wants done. on [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bundle price promise. [ male announcer ] a price you can definitely count on
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>> police released sketches of two susects in the shooting that injured four teenagers in brentwood last week. the driver-- is decribed as a white male between 18 and 25 years old with blonde hair. and the passenger-- is described as a hispanic man around the same age. this is video from our helicopter partnership with
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abc 7 new --where the shooting happened. three to four males driving opened fire on the teens. police say this all happened after the teens commented on their clothing. >> three suspects are in custody in connection with a home invasion robbery in san jose. earlier this month police say these are the men who tied up an elderly couple and then ransacked the home. making off with jewlery, other valuables and both family cars. it happened last monday evening, here on bret harte drive in san jose's almaden valley neighborhood. police say at least one of the suspects had a knife. and they say the three men are also responsible for three previous armed robberies in san jose that include the stabbing and assault of two other victims. >> catherine: in national news. a federal judge in new orleans has approved a four- billion-dollar plea agreement for criminal fines and penalties against oil giant b-p for the 2010 gulf oil spill. it's the largest criminal penalty in u-s history. as part of the agreement, the oil company pleaded guilty to 14 criminal counts - including felony manslaughter. eleven workers were killed when an oil rig caught fire. two high-ranking supervisors on the rig have been indicted separately for allegedly ignoring warning signs of a possible blowout on the rig. >> it's official-- john kerry will take over as the 68th secretary of state. the longtime senator from
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massachusetts and 2004 democratic presidential nominee was overwhelmingly confirmed by his colleagues in the senate. the vote was 94 to three. the no votes came from three republican senators. kerry's confirmation makes him the first new member of president obama's second- term cabinet. >> the president was in las vegas today making his pitch to revamp the country's immigration system. he says now is the time to fix it - calling it out-of- date and badly broken. sandra endo has the details. >> reporter: president obama is making it a top priority in his second term -- a pathway to citizenship for more than 11 million undocumented immigrants who pay a penalty and pass a background check. he called for action in a speech tuesday at a las vegas high school where more than half the student body is latino. >> "i'm here today because to time has come, it's time for common sense, comprehensive immigration reform, the time is now. we all know that today we have an immigration system that's out of date and badly broken, a system that's holding us back instead of helping us grow our economy and strengthen our middle class." >> reporter: monday a bipartisan group of senators laid out plans to push specific immigration reform legislation.
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>> "i hope i never again in the future have to come back here and say guess what folks, we have another five million people that are here undocumented." >> reporter: conservative groups already are criticizing the proposal as amnesty for undocumented immigrants. the white house says it may introduce different legislation if the senate bill doesn't gain traction. latinos overwhelmingly voted for president obama over mitt romney, but the president did come under fire for not doing more in his first term to overhaul immigration laws. >> "the question now is simple, do we have the resolve as a people, as a country, as a government, to finally put this issue behind us, i believe that we do, i believe that we do." (cheers & applause) >> reporter: house lawmakers may put forth their own bipartisan immigration plan. >> jacqueline: * for a tad to coole temperatures were a tad cooler. otherwise, 50s which is exactly where or should be for this time of year.
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tonight, mostly chilly just high clouds and it will be noticeably warmer. some locations even more. the extended forecast is going to stay dry. the reason why is there if there is high- pressure or those morning lows. 60s for the in the valleys. still, just 59 degrees of alameda. 50s near
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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now with a developing story >> reporter: breaking news for we have been following. the search warrant that was served was in deep that it had to do with the cold case investigation of kevin
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collins that disappeared from 1984. the san francisco police department just left the scene. just come down. a cadaver dogs smelled polandthose- bones. and not were the remains of a human... the business that belongs to this first floor is closed. i did get a chance to speak with a woman that had been dealing with the san francisco's she is glad that it is over and to the police are confirming that the police are not suspects. the bones that were found of an animal, not
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the 10 year-old abouthat disappeared from 1984. what to the family were hoping to find from this you will hear that coming up at 8:00 p.m. reporting live, justin bachman, kron 4 >> reporter: it is all about super bowl, today was his media day. today was media day. for both teams. >> i have been waiting 18 years i am the happiest man to get jerry rice's autograph. we love randy moss. >> j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> reporter: in santa clara, with the possibility that they could be hosting a super bowl of its own that they are quietly putting
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together a security plan. they are trying to get a handle on this super bowl security. >> what we can do to get one of the best if not the best security plans. >> there also be studied candlestick park and other super bowl previous destinations. >> there is a great of
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>> reporter: in oakland, the different shootings the council member is pressing up for a state of emergency to be cleared in the city. >> we are fed up with the city of all plant. there have been patrols with the surveillance camera from this neighborhood. as a result are a been arrests. people are reporting burglars on notice that do not come to this if you do you will be caught. in vallejo, kron 4 news.
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>> this alleged hazing on the junior varsity team says that there were multiple incidents is inside the locker room during unsupervised practices last fall the coach was fired. because the kids should not have lefthe left unsupervised. >> and tiburon... this multiple sex crimes against a former student. they met here after care program and the alleged crime was discovered after the victim's parents found the facebook page messages from the child. the 25 year-old
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has been arrested, max the 22 counts and he is in custody on the one half million dollars bail. terisa estacio, kron 4. >> jacqueline: the big weather story is that this is not budging. 59 degrees in pleasanton as will look outside at satellite and radar some high cloud coverage. with high clouds right offshore. we will get a reversal and that they will come from our inland valleys keeping things dry and warmer. with 40's. 40's and richmond, hayward, and san jose. for the afternoon will be looking at 60s. this is low 60s for the entire
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bay area. 65 degrees in santa rosa. 621 concord. a look a your extended forecast. warm. it will get under way and it will continue for thursday. friday, still mild. slightly cooler temperatures >> , now upper voted a rare sighting in the next edition of people behaving badly. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy
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(male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> this person is behaving badly if. it because this
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is the name given to this river otter that has given residence and also, this is several signs just like this that the city for your safety and the protection of their river otter, this area is the temporarily closed. it is close to be on to this point. however come as a of i have proven it is for someone else. he however, is beyond just the these signs and some people have been feeding in these animals and even trying to swim up with these offers for letting the docks tparadox m
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with t or at their dogs this is saying that it is closed f the national park service has issued that this is getting worse for the weekend and people have been dumping on wanted tfish-in this neighborhod water away and this-never heard waterway. >> pam: this neighborhood
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waterway has been a dumping ground for fish. if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e-mail us at peoplebehavingbadly@kron4.co m gary radnich is coming up with sports.
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>> gary: today was media day there were over 4000 media folks they were each given a free lunch and colin kaepernick. only his 10th career start but he is really the man the media is all over him. >> to me, is about staying focused on what is getting done. it is great to have
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all of these cameras but we are here to win the game. just because you are in a situation where you have not been before this not mean that you do not have to be unprepared. >> on the other side, alex smith. he was being asked over and over how do you feel? >> things happen and this is the deal. for me it is just being ready for the opportunity. i think that this should pass. and i
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passed if you would want to wrap him next year? nobody seems to tell the truth that is why the media is skeptical and a sarcastic because the man to you are dealing with to not always tell the truth. and alex wants to play and who would want to we had a nice conversation. and i said to make sure to watch kron 4 he and he said that i am taking it. i was telling pam about this that we have all gone through this may be if you're not as good as your used to be. maybe you should start saying this about yourself. >> may be that i am older i
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think that i am the greatest receiver to ever do it. i do not live on the numbers and impact in what you are able to do on the field. >> translated randy moss will be playing his last game for the 49ers. and to read the room, jerry rice, exactly how they have played most of his career and he has come in for one season. he is a terrific player but if you really wanted to play here. >> he would not put down one of the history of star players of the team. >> meanwhile, the brothers harbaugh vs. carr brought reunited today here we go again, this was a nice moment. harbaugh vs harbaugh -- >> add the family really
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looks genuine. they look pretty genuine. >> he is a great coach. and i think that i am half the coach that he is and maybe if i am jealous. >> you fight for everything, the extra hot dog. we both have our bharaand they both word of the roster. he was putting everybody into position and he will handle the team picture as well. he
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got everybody set. that reminds me of my favorite moment. barry bonds, he would not walk 5 ft. to be and the photograph. to be in the photograph, and then he is battling to adversity. and if your wanting some bad news if you are a ravens fans there could be alleged illegal substance. >> this story is 3 years old i will not give him credit for his method, antics or his name. and the test i have taken for the n f l there has never been a question of even i've ever thought about using
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anything. to even entertain the stupidity, he could try to get this story from someone else. >> what is this world coming to if you cannot use here in adler's break? that is what is being reported by sports illustrated. and he is going to retire anyway. and let us bring in a man that has put more cameraman out of work the -- item in question was deer antler spray.... >> this great one-man band, j. r. stone is joining us. >> reporter: thank you for having me in your segment. i cannot remember the last time about speaking with
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such a great as alden smith he spoke of oysters.. as you can see all of the players were verbally dressing up. they wanted to get these players to say something and they did say something. also, jim harbaugh spoke about his guest appearance on 'saved by the bell'.. >> they asked me to deliver a positive message to the youth. for that, i have been scorned and humiliated >> you have to have tattoos
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it makes it a little bit better. it helps. but it the biggest thing is that you have something special for it. >> reporter: certainly, some fun things and as for star sightings? jerry rice. and also, i even saw sharon osborn. i could not chase her but she is in the area. >> gary: to to get a sense of her essence what did you sense that she is about? >> she is an elder and getting cruised around.. >> gary: thank you, we are getting we will be right back...
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nobody says i want my kid to grow up to be a drug addict, addicted.
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nobody wants that. >> it's kevin's emotional conversation with cissy houston on whitney's drug addiction and her near collapse inside whitney's funeral. >> pain was more than i could bear. >> very emotional interview. we also have fun tonight. look who's here. the god of gossip himself, perez hilton with top shots. >> i'm bringing the fun and the leann rimes drama. there's lots of it. this makes me jealous. emma stone in bed with bradley cooper and ben affle we're behind the scenes of "vanity fair's" hollywood issue. hey, everyone. welcome to "omg! insider." the place where the internet's hottest portal, yahoo! meets television's fastest growing entertainment news magazine show. that's us. i'm thea andrews, holding down the newsroom here in hollywood while my other tv half is new orleans for the super bowl. hey, kev. >> hey, thea, how are you? welcome to the superdome. i am hanging out because it's
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media day here at the super bowl. the ravens and 49ers will square off on sunday. but today is one of the great spectacles in sport as the media meets the players. and i hashed out with guys from both teams. don't worry. i'll explain. we'll get to that in a moment. first, i want to talk about another story that's trending. that's my sit-down with cissy houston. whitney houston's mother. one of the subjects that we covered during our interview was the day her daughter sang "the star-spangled banner" at the super bowl. >> super bowl coming up. and the greatest national anthem in super bowl history. ♪ o say, can you see >> she killed it. i was so proud of her. and i wasn't there. i had broken my ankle. i couldn't go. ♪ at the twilight's >> they wanted her to lip-sync the national anthem, didn't they? >> she wouldn't do it. she sang it.
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because she can't. she's like me. i can't lip-sync because i don't do songs the same all the time and neither did she. i said, you know what? sing it. and she sang it. and she sang it. yeah. >> the single raised a half million dollars for the red cross and was the fastest selling record in her label's history. ♪ of the brave ♪ bittersweet memories >> it was, however, widely reported that houston was lip-syncing and had recorded the vocal weeks before. but as cissy describes in her new book "remembering whitney" out now, there was never a doubt about her daughter's ability. when did you know what a prodigy she was? >> you know, i really didn't until she got around 11. when she first sang in church.
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♪ >> she said, mommy, all i want to do is sing. that's what she told me when she got grown. all this madness started happening to her. that's what she called it. i didn't ask for all this madness. ♪ share my life >> i was always afraid, you know. nobody tells you i want my kid to grow up to be a drug addict or addicted. nobody wants that. and in this life you don't know what your kids are going to do. >> now, still ahead, i talked to cissy about the great times. like whitney's first national television appearance. and then also the heartbreaking times like the day she laid her daughter to rest. that's all still ahead. >> thank you, kevin. such a moving interview. we're going to see more of that later in the show. we're going to switch it up right now. perez hilton is here. he's taken over our twitter handle. right now he's weighing in on this trending story. leann rimes breaking down into tears. or did she? perez?

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